A new exhibit at the Mütter Museum in Philadelphia explores the beauty and individuality of human skulls.
Zoe Ligon's collage work transforms disposable mass-produced porn into surreal artifacts.
VICE sits down with the legendary German filmmaker to discuss his new documentary, the future of humanity, and trolling.
It's Mr. Brexit himself, all the way down to his big hair and tiny hands and even tinier junk.
Homer Sykes's legendary 1977 photo book Once A Year offered a rare and unsneering glimpse into the folk customs of British communities.
Chicken Boy was Amy Inouye's best friend in Los Angeles—and though it took 23 years, nothing would stop her from saving him from certain doom.
In an era where people often measure content by volume rather than quality, we like to think that this year's photo issue proves that good things still come to those who wait.
Keren Shavit's series focuses on two teenage girls, Peti and Lucy, who work at a cut-rate Israeli version of McDonald's and are obsessed with a family of wrestlers from Dallas.
Gillian Wearing shot to fame in the 1990s for a series of portraits of strangers, each holding a sign with their innermost thoughts written on it. Here, she wears an envy mask: a mask of her own face.
Photographer Weronika Gęsicka's work focuses on the deceptive way what we think we remember is often some melding of fact and fiction.
"If somebody wanted a photograph of a person doing a certain job, we would send them a photograph of a woman doing it."
Mechanization of farming jobs, disease, and isolation left Belle Glade poorly developed. Less than 50 miles away on the island of Palm Beach, billionaires including Donald Trump live in mansions.
Jessica Pettway's art shows everyday objects in surreal arrangements, bent and contorted into bizarre, often unrecognizable forms.
In Where Is Rocky II? the co-writer of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind hires a private detective to find a piece of art Ed Ruscha supposedly hid in the middle of the Mojave Desert.
On this episode of Daily VICE, Nick Gazin gets a tour of Mad magazine and meets the brains behind the operation.
Local officials are pissed, calling the incident a "tragedy" for Norway's cultural heritage.
The intersection of politics and art remains vibrant in these insane times.
Leslie tries meditating on an airplane on the way back from a Chicago comics festival.
In this comic a bunch of truck driving basketballers answer the big questions.
Leslie's dad never wanted her to become an artist.
We spoke to Jeff Feuerzeig, director of a new documentary about literature's greatest hoax.
Langston Allston sees his murals for Alton Sterling and other victims of police brutality as a way to "help people plug in who weren't previously plugged in."
I decided to ask Republican delegates from all over the country if they needed Yeezus the way Kathy Lee needed Regis.
Director Jeff Feurzeig's film tells us the story of Laura Albert, the woman who fooled the nation with her fictional alter-ego.